Ninja III: The Domination [Blu-ray/DVD Combo]
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A woman is possessed by an evil ninja who uses her body to avenge his death. That's cool and the kill scenes are cool, especially the one at the cemetery, but unfortunately the woman also has a hairy boyfriend whose main habit is to show off the hair on his shoulders while talking a lot about nothing.
Even with the hairy guy slowing down the pace NINJA III: THE DOMINATION manages to secure itself as a minor masterpiece in the ninja genre thanks to the martial arts skills of Sho Kosugi and David Chung. Also look for James Hong in a minor role.
You're not a true ninja fan until you've got this movie in your collection.
1. It has ninjas in it. Duh. Love them ninjas.
2. Sho Kosugi who is a real ninja in real life is in it.
3. This movie has a great location. It was filmed in Phoenix, Arizona on the months of October of 1983 to December of 1983. Love the great ending on top of the mountains.
4. Sho Kosugi doesn't use his kids in this one. Yippie for us.
5. Lucinda Dickey is hot in this movie, probably still is hot even today. Who knows.
6. This movie has loads and loads of action. This movie is all about action.
7. The coolest and most rediculous beginning of a movie in movie history. If you have seen this movie you all know what happens.
8. This movie borrowed elements from Flashdance which was released in 1983. So they must of stole that pretty quickly. And of course this movie borrows from The Exorcist during the exorcism scene where they try to bring out the demon out of Lucinda Dickey which of course turns out to be a Ninja!!!!!!
1. No dvd. I have been contacting Anchor Bay and Blue Underground. Hopefully some company will finally realize that this deserves a dvd release.
2. There are deleted scenes that may or may not be still out there.Read more ›
BonZai is a rather shady company and the legitimacy of their releases is frequently brought into question. Their transfers are hit an miss ranging from beautiful anamorphic widescreen to crummy VHS ports. Still their releases are silver pressed discs so all looks good on the surface. Sadly with "Ninja III" it's a VHS transfer. I've seen good VHS DVD transfers in my day but this is not even on par with many of Lionsgate's releases. This is a bad VHS transfer with digital compression blocks frequent throughout and extremely noticeable on large widescreen TVs. To top it off, the VHS that was used for the transfer is a Japanese tape and is complete with non-removable (or burned in) Japanese subtitles.
If BonZai was going to source their transfer from a VHS then why didn't they just use an American tape? My VHS has much better picture quality and doesn't have the annoying Japanese subtitles to boot.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this movie because I loved it so much as a kid and thought it was the greatest movie of all time, I was ten going on eleven. Read morePublished 4 days ago by K. Williams
Everything you've heard about this masterpiece is true............One of the greatest WTF films of all time. Don't get all deep think and ruin it, just sit back and enjoy the ride! Read morePublished 20 days ago by joe
It's a spin off of ENTER THE NINJA And REVENGE OF THE NINJA a good movie I have the blue ray and the other 2 and PRAY FOR DEATH and 9 DEATHS NINJA it's definitely worth watching I... Read morePublished 1 month ago by The Dragon/Wind Ninja
Well worth watching even if you have not seen the first two of the "trilogy" which it is not really connected to. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Timothy Chmielewski